Author(s): Bodkin PA, Shanmuganathan M, Fitzpatrick MO
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Abstract The discovery of air in the cavernous sinus may cause some alarm. It may well, however, simply be a consequence of retrograde air embolism from venous cannulation. It rarely has any adverse effects and is self-limiting in nature. We provide an illustrative case report.
This article was published in Br J Neurosurg
and referenced in Emergency Medicine: Open Access